Live Production

Alison S. Istnick · April 04, 2018
The Live Production Center facilitates video and audio creation where a limited number of operators are available making one-person operation possible for remote camera shooting to streaming transmission.

Jim Kumorek · March 02, 2018
In a church environment the power of what is possible with a media server can elevate the production value of your services to new heights.

Jim Kumorek · February 22, 2018
If your church heads down the path of becoming more advanced with the use of media, and especially video, you may find a media server will greatly benefit your worship services.

Alison Istnick · January 04, 2018
The Brick from DTS Lighting is a high-power, IP65-rated LED wash light, with a range of quickly interchangeable projection angles.

WFM Staff · October 10, 2017
Newest AV switcher from U.S. manufacturer brings live production capabilities to UCC applications such as Skype for Business and Google Hangouts.

WFM Staff · September 11, 2017
Competitively priced passive ribbon design is ideal for both studio and live applications

By Live Sound Staff · August 24, 2017
As we near the conclusion of a long running auction process of the radio frequency (RF) spectrum by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) what is the impact on how wireless system users in live audio applications such as worship services will be impacted.

WFM Staff · July 21, 2017
"The biggest thing for me has been the ability to walk up to the console and say 'this is what I want you to be today' - and I know it will be consistent; it will sound just as good no matter what I throw at it.”

Jim Kumorek · July 13, 2017
There is often frustration with church leadership when things go wrong with AVL during services, especially if the problem isn’t addressed quickly and fixed by those serving that weekend. There’s a good reason why this happens.

By Duke Dejong · July 10, 2017
Just about two and a half years ago, one of the most-watched sporting events in the world, the Superbowl, gave us a great reminder that regardless of how much money you spend or how much planning you put in, stuff happens.